Here at Gabor, we figure it’s time we have a space to keep you current on what we are up to.
We’ll take you behind the scenes at Gabor on an average day, of which no two are the same. 114 more words
By: Nicole Raymond
Everyone knows social media is extremely important for organizations to engage with consumers and draw attention to their business. Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are some of the top performers when it comes to marketing through social media with millions of users, but many businesses overlook social media such as Pinterest. 559 more words
Farhad Manjoo of The New York Times continues the media’s examination of how social media is reshaping marketing and branding. Manjoo notes that social media warriors have taken down what previously had been considered untouchables – people like Uber’s Travis Kalanick and Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly. 82 more words
Let me preface this post by saying I’m an advocate of single-payer health care. Nothing I’m about to write negates that. I’m just writing about political reality. 451 more words
To promote a new start-up company, people usually go for the straight up advertisement way or the PR way. These two industries are very different even though they’re commonly confused as being the same. 472 more words
In order to understand that why lifestyle brands cannot ignore the public relations, it is necessary that we know what action public relations performs.
Public relations as the word suggests clearly means maintaining healthy relations with the public so that it in turns benefits both the potential person associated and also the company in its growth. 420 more words